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Taliesin, June 18, 1957.
This is a condensed version of an interview that can be found here for free: www.myfamilymemoirs.com. The video was split into several segments and rearranged to shorten what was originally 14 minutes.

"No man is free who is afraid. And he is afraid until he has developed the certainty that comes from a creative life and a creative role in life by way of art, religion, and science." - FLW

"Mediocrity is always dishonest. You may not think that is a true statement, but let's go it the other way around and say dishonesty is always mediocre."-FLW

"Why have we denied and gone against every fundamental principle that we found our forefathers—or would have found if we studied it—declared as freedom? I can't understand it, unless it is that all our standards are so mixed, like our blood, that we have lost sight of anything straightforward, clean, true, and original."-FLW 

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This video is the combination of the PowerPoint presentation and an audio recording of Janet's and my comments at a presentation at the Cincinnati Hamilton County Library downtown Cincinnati May 12, 2012. The slides change every 43 seconds to match the length of the audio recording. Copyright 2012 Chuck Lohre & Janet Groeber. All rights reserved. Watch the presentation.
 
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